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Day 331: Peter Preaches to the Gentiles

The Bible in a Year

01:42 min | 20 hrs ago

Day 331: Peter Preaches to the Gentiles

"It is day 331 we're reading actually apostles chapter ten for Corinthians chapters one and two, probably chapter 27 versus 21 and 22. The acts of the apostles, chapter ten Peter and Cornelius at caesarea, there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion of what was known as the Italian cohort, a devout man who feared God with all his household, gave alms liberally to the people and prayed constantly to God. About the 9th hour of the day, he saw clearly in a vision, an angel of God coming in and saying to him, Cornelius. And he stared at him in terror and said, what is it, lord? And he said to him, your prayers and your alms have ascended as a memorial before God, and now send men to joppa. And bring one Simon, who is called Peter. He is lodging with Simon, a Tanner, whose house is by the seaside. When the angel who spoke to him had departed, he called two of his servants and had about soldier from among those that waited on him, and having related everything to them, he sent them to joppa. The next day, as they were on their journey and coming near the city. Peter went up on the housetop to pray about the 6th hour. And he became hungry and desired something to eat, but while they were preparing it, he fell into a trance, and saw the heaven opened, and something descending, like a great sheet, let down by four corners upon the earth. In it, were all kinds of animals and reptiles and birds of the air. And there came a voice to him, rise Peter, kill and eat. But Peter said, no lord, for I have never eaten anything that is common or unclean. And the voice came to him again a second time, what God his cleansed, you must not call common. This happened three times, and the thing was taken up at once to heaven.

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Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

"The devil's franchise record 13 game winning streak came to an end as the Maple Leafs came in and defeated New Jersey by the final score of two to one. Toronto scoring came in the first as pontius homework got the leafs on the board in three minutes later, John Tavares netted his 12th town of the year. The Devils had their first three goals of the game overturned. The fans and Prudential center upset after the third time through food and drinks on the ice, which caused a cleanup delay. Dougie Hamilton with a lone devil score late in the third, Toronto goalie Matt Murray stopped 32 shots as the leafs have now won two other last three. For the Devils, they face defeat for just the fourth time in 20 games played. Mike Moriarty, norc, New Jersey

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What's Next for the Ukrainians?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 5 d ago

What's Next for the Ukrainians?

"Let's get right to the essential thing, which is the Ukrainian winter offensive. Two stories about this in The New York Times that Ukraine expects to go over to the offensive. Now, I don't, I'm not a military experience. I just read the books about the winter war in Finland. And the Russians, you know, what do you think are the odds that any significant change in the battlefield will occur now that winter is descending upon Russia and its neighbor Ukraine? I think the odds of a significant shift are low, but not impossible because of the ongoing collapse of Russian brow. Having said that, you are sufficiently tuned in to military tactics to know that offense is. One is to three meetings. You got to have three times as many troops on offensive overcome a dug in component and that's why the Russians had a lot of trouble at the front end of the Ukrainian defense, Russia didn't have that three to one ratio overwhelmed them. Now, down south, the Ukrainians who have to come up with the three to one. But here's how they're compensated. They're using special force brilliantly. They are used in the advanced Thrones. They are maneuvering around and cutting out supply lines. So there's a balance there. What I'm watching also suited to kind of conclude an overview is the electric grid on the Ukrainian side. You know, in a sense, we're in a tale of two wars here. One is the groundwork to the south. Ukrainian winning. But in the air war over you in the strike against the electric grid going into the winter very significant. That's the other war we ought to be focused on.

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Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

The Bible in a Year

02:46 min | 6 d ago

Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.

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Trump Attorney Alina Habba on Trump's New Campaign Announcement

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last week

Trump Attorney Alina Habba on Trump's New Campaign Announcement

"Now is alena haba, who is the attorney for president Donald Trump, lots to ask her about. Welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, how are you? Very good. Thank you. So the president announced for his third time for his second term to try to get his second term back, I guess I could say. What does this change legally? It's been such a topic of the mainstream media with all the investigations, what does this change if anything? Obviously not much. I know that there's speculation that it will change the optics of the DoJ or the FBI in terms of putting in any additional investigations or bringing any charges. But I think that that's a very dated thought. I think that the DoJ and the FBI that we're seeing these days don't really care. Especially when it relates to Trump. So I honestly nothing. I know that it makes it politically charged that appearance if they do bring something, but that doesn't really matter. I can tell you, you know, all of my cases are still going and are very active and there's been absolutely no change in directions since you announced.

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Verlander, Alcantara are unanimous Cy Young Award winners

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Verlander, Alcantara are unanimous Cy Young Award winners

"Justin Verlander in sandy Alcantara are unanimous winners of the 2022 cyan awards Verlander is the 11th three time winner of the award after posting a major league best 1.75 ERA The Astros ace also led the AL with 18 wins and struck out 185 Alcatraz 6 complete games are the most of the majors since 2016 The Marlin standout had a 2.28 ERA while pitching a major league best 228 and two thirds innings for the NL club Atlantis max fried was second to Alcantara in the NL voting White Sox star Dylan cease finished second to Verlander I'm Dave fairy

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 Police in Mexico spot dog with human arm in its mouth

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Police in Mexico spot dog with human arm in its mouth

"Police in Mexico spotted a dog with a human arm in his mouth I'm Lisa dwyer Police in southern Mexico say they detected a dismembered human body after spotting a dog trotting down the street with a human arm in its mouth It's the third time in the last month the canines have been seen in Mexico trotting off with human body parts Police in the southern state of Oaxaca said they responded to a call in the state capitol about a black dog carrying the human arm State prosecutors later said the discovery led them to find other parts of a dismembered body In late October residents of another town in north central Mexico saw a dog running down the street with the human head in its mouth In that case the head and other body parts had been left in an automatic teller booth alongside a message referring to a drug cartel but before police could act a stray dog made off with the corpse's head

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Abdu Murray Describes His Religious Upbringing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last week

Abdu Murray Describes His Religious Upbringing

"Raised in Detroit when you raised as an American growing up in Michigan, but in a solidly Shia home. Yeah, absolutely. So is she at home? And in the Detroit area, there's a very strong, very heavy Muslim population there as well. So that was around me, but we ended up growing up. I ended up growing up in a back then and not terribly diverse neighborhood. We were sort of the dollop of olive oil on the pot of rice as it were. But now you go now and it's wonderful that the diversity there's great and especially for the menu options. It's fantastic in that city, but I grew up thinking Islam is true, a very proud of that fact. And got myself educated in enough ways in which to propagate Islam. That's true. And then come back, Christianity, as false for a number of reasons. Now, I just want to say, because I think it's important for people to understand at least for me to understand, when somebody says, you know, I was raised in a Muslim home. I was raised in a Christian home. That might mean nothing. In other words, I was raised in a Greek Orthodox home. But it was really a Greek home. My mother was German. I always joke around if you raised by a Greek and a German, you're raised Greek. But the point is for a lot of people, their faith is mostly cultural. And I know many, many Muslims in New York that I mix with. They're not really serious about the Muslim faith. They identify as Muslim the way an Irish guy says, well, I'm Catholic, but I only go three times a year. So it's mainly a cultural thing. And they're not really taking the fates seriously. So I know, you know, cab drivers sometimes you get the impression. This guy is serious about his Muslim faith. Other times they start talking about their kids and whatever. And you get the impression that they're just technically Muslim in the way that a lot of people say, you know, I'm this from that. But it's kind of like a tribal identity versus an ideological theological identity, but so for you, even using both. Well, it was both, but you're saying that you were raised in a home that was serious about the Muslim faith. It wasn't just a cultural thing. Right.

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World Population hits 8 billion, creating many challenges

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

World Population hits 8 billion, creating many challenges

"The United Nations says the world's population has now reached the 8 billion mark confirming an analysis from earlier in the year The projection came in a UN report released in July the sit much of the growth expected between now and 2050 is coming from just 8 countries Half of those are in sub Saharan Africa Nigeria Congo Ethiopia and Tanzania the UN says the populations in the region are growing at 2.5% That's more than three times the global average still experts say the bigger threat to the environment is consumption highest in developed countries not undergoing big population increases I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Both Republicans and Democrats Want to Go Back to Normal

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

Both Republicans and Democrats Want to Go Back to Normal

"It was interesting to me that they ran less on. Arresting or prosecuting Donald Trump and more on let's get back to normal, which was what Biden won on. Biden won on let's get back to normal. And this election, you know, again, with the jury still out on the house, but it was so against any historical trends on midterms that we have to sit there and look, yeah, the country wants it wants the Trump period over. Yeah. Well, and you retweeted someone said Democrats don't even need Georgia. You said complex counter argument 51 is greater than 50. And also it serves our goal better of making mansion and cinema irrelevant, right? Right. Not to mention. It's vaguely racist to say something like that. And it's not even vaguely racist. But intentional or not, it comes across as, yeah, we don't need that black guy. Right, right. Yeah. No, I mean, I've said, first of all, he won. I don't get the whole runoff thing. Raphael Warnock won. This is the second time he's going to win a third time in three weeks. Yeah, can you imagine? Can you imagine being a Republican voter in Georgia and thinking, oh, thank God. I don't have to go vote for Herschel Walker. Yeah. Oh my God, 'cause that one was just hitting me right in the soul.

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Bergeron, Bruins beat Canucks 5-2 for 11th win in 12 games

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Bergeron, Bruins beat Canucks 5-2 for 11th win in 12 games

"The bruins have continued their best start in 93 years by earning their fourth straight win 5 two versus the Canucks Patrice bergeron scored for the third time in two days At Brad Marshawn notched his 5th in just 8 games this season Hampus lindholm had three assists for the bees who also received goals from counter Clifton Pavel zacha and Thomas no shack The bruins have won 11 of their last 12 games and are 14 and two this season The 1929 30 bruins opened up 19 and two Thatcher demko stopped 27 shots for a Vancouver which fell to one in three on a 5 game road trip I'm Dave ferry

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Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

"CFP number one Georgia secures a birth in the SEC title game by trancing Mississippi state 45 19 Lad mcconkey scored two touchdowns including a 70 yard run that started the second half after the bulldog Scott within 1712 Obviously it wasn't just me There's so many other guys that made some huge plays So yeah it means all three time I can make a play for a team I love villa Stats and Bennett threw for three more touchdowns It was 25 of 37 for 289 yards with two interceptions Mcconkey had 5 receptions for 71 yards in the score Mississippi state rushed for just 47 yards on 15 carries I'm Dave fairy

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Sebastian Talks With Hung Cao About His Campaign

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Talks With Hung Cao About His Campaign

"To somebody who's brave enough. Not only to serve this nation in uniform, to run for the tenth district in Virginia as a candidate, but to not win and come on my show to talk about what happened yesterday in the Commonwealth. We are on it to have him on deck. Welcome to America first. Hey, doctor Corgan. Thank you so much for having me. So we tried, I think, three times or four times to get you on the show before the election yesterday, you were very busy. You were out campaigning, often your campaign team took your phone from you and was fielding requests. We tried to squeeze you in yesterday. We missed you. But as I was texting you from the airport today, you said, yeah, I'll come on. I don't think many candidates would do that. We have a request and we sell them because I know he's a brave veteran as well. So tell us about your race in the tenth district and what you think happened because you're on the ground and you know best. Well, I mean, it's a very diverse district. And we thought we had it. I mean, all the indications were there. I mean, I know Joe Biden won this by 19 points, but then governor youngkin lost it by only 1.9. So we thought it was within reach and we were working very hard to reach all the demographics to the large Hispanic community here at the 18% to be Hispanic to 17%. Asians, the very large Muslim community and most of these guys here are the 45% minorities here, 25% of them are immigrants like myself. So we thought we had it and it's just the numbers didn't come out because the largest county here, which is loudoun county takes up half of our electorate

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Delaying the Count in Arizona Is a Disgrace

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Delaying the Count in Arizona Is a Disgrace

"Here's the dilemma. They're still counting. I mean, right now, I gotta Derek just sent me some information. They're counting the ballots in Arizona. They still don't have a total. But the more they count, the tighter the races are. Carrie Lake keeps gaining ground in the gubernatorial race. Blake masters keeps gaining ground. On the senatorial race, I don't know how in the world we could be in November of 2022 America and their show apparently backwards in their election process in Arizona that they can't count the ballots until I guess the end of the week. How's that happen? How does Florida a state with three times as many people as Arizona have no problem with elections? We can count the ballots, announce them that night might be late in the night, but hey, election night, we know the outcome. No, not Arizona. We're still waiting on Maricopa. Oh, we're still waiting over here. Oh, there's and these are all apparently walk in ballots. Meaning people showed up on election day. Well, that was Tuesday. This is Thursday. You can't count, aren't they machines? Don't the machines tabulate the outcome? Oh, but the blue ink is in as good as the black ink and the edges of the paper don't lie. It is a disgrace what's happening in his eras. It was happening in Arizona right now as a disgrace.

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Tweets with racial slurs soar since Musk takeover: Report

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tweets with racial slurs soar since Musk takeover: Report

"A report finds that tweets with racial slurs have soared since Elon Musk took over Twitter I Norman hall according to a digital civil rights group enters of racial slurs have spiked on Twitter since Elon Musk purchased the influential platform despite assurances that it had reduced hateful activity Researchers at the center for countering digital hate found the number of tweets containing one of several different racial slurs climbed in the week after Musk bought Twitter a racial epithet used to attack black people was found more than 26,000 times three times the average were 2022 slurs and offensive terms for trans people homosexual men Jews and Hispanics also increased Twitter said this week that it was making significant progress in bringing the numbers down I Norman hall

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How Could Florida Count Votes Faster Than Nevada and Arizona?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

How Could Florida Count Votes Faster Than Nevada and Arizona?

"And I want to talk about why I'm so annoyed and aggravated and really downright enraged. It's 22 million people here in Florida. 7 million people in Arizona. Harry Arizona. What the hell is wrong with you? Pardon my language. I don't feel too good. 7 million people in Arizona, more than three times that in Florida, and somehow Florida is able to count the ballots, short them all out, tabulate them and make an announcement. Oh, on election night. How is that? Who is that? Don't tell me it's because it wasn't that close in Florida. You mean if it's close, it takes longer to count the ballots? Oh, that's real reassuring. That's real reassuring. Well, if it's not close, we don't really count that carefully. Either count the ballots or you don't. Hey Maricopa County, what's wrong with you? Hey, Nevada, what's wrong with you? You know, we're still waiting on Las Vegas because there's never any corruption in Las Vegas. No. Yeah, Las Vegas. That's like the Gates of heaven right there. There's a pillar. There is pure as the driven snow in Vegas. They wouldn't do any cheating in Vegas or anything.

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Bill Melugin Describes the Reality of a Democrat-Controlled Border

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Bill Melugin Describes the Reality of a Democrat-Controlled Border

"To Bill maludin described the situation on the border You can put a stop to today get out and vote check this out Bill here in Normandy Texas a tiny little town on the north side of Eagle Pass And as you can see behind me we have another group of several hundred migrants crossing illegally here This is the third time in the last four days we have seen this during these early morning hours This is going to be a group of several hundred All right so we're getting a lot of Dominican Republic Okay So this is the first little batch that has come through We've still got a lot more people walking up and if you can pan over to the left right here we still have several hundred more walking up But as you can see almost all of these people are single adults Once they cross the river border patrol escorts them into this processing area They've only got one bus right here right now which isn't going to cut it And most of these people they're showing up here to turn themselves in because they know they will be released into the U.S. after a processing That is why they are surrendering themselves Of course they'll be released in the year That's the point Malusha knows that's the point The whole point is to get the bus to release them into the U.S. You want more of this You can vote on this Remember consent to the government matters This is still a constitutional republic Revoke your consent today Go and vote I really I sincerely don't care if you're voting against Biden or for the GOP I'm not going to argue with you that a lot of people in the GOP are not going to do a lot to solve your problems Some are but I'm telling you the cause of all your problems right now are the Democrats

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Eric Tells Us About His Recent Trip to Lynchburg, Virginia

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Tells Us About His Recent Trip to Lynchburg, Virginia

"I was in Lynchburg, Virginia. At Liberty University, for an amazing event, Ryan helfenbein, Ryan is amazing. And he heads up the faith and freedom center at liberty. Ryan put together this conference, Sean Foyt was there, Liz Wheeler was there, Megan basham, my hero, Megan bed she's amazing. We spend time with her. Ralph Reed was, I mean, all these friends and it was amazing and lieutenant governor mark, was it Robinson, North Carolina, who's just a fighter. It was the whole thing was incredible. But I had to leave the next day because now this is the thing. I knew I was going to be in Pittsburgh because I spoke yesterday three times at grace life church pastor pastures book and Amy schaeffer invited me to speak here in Pittsburg because I was in Harrisburg. We met whatever ten days ago when I was in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. So they invited me to be here. And then I get a phone call from you, Alvin seda, telling me, hey Eric, Saturday, which was two days ago, when you're going to be in Pittsburgh, guess what's happening in that neck of the Woods. And I said, what's happening, Alban? I've been telling the people what was happening. Well, Doug mass gianno Emmett Oz and president Donald Trump were campaigning and they had a big rally in latrobe PA. Right. So we cooked up a scheme where your identical twin brother, who I believe also had a birthday two days ago. That's right. What a coincidence. That's amazing. He picked me up from the airport. And he looked so much like you that it's kind of disturbing. It's kind of like wait a minute. You're Alvin. No, you're not Alvin. Yes, you're out, but no, you're not Alvin. Who are you?

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"third time" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:16 min | Last month

"third time" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"There was one in 2004 starring Nicole Kidman. Welcome to stepford. Stepford is the family Paradise. It has no crime, no poverty, and no pushing. Good morning, ladies. Wait, you work out dressed like this? Which differed from the novel slightly in that it had the women's enthusiasm for domestic labor deriving from a nano chip that was implanted into their brains. So in that film, the process was reversible. In the original novel, it's not quite so optimistic. The husband's actually murdered their wives and replaced them with eerily life like robots, provided by a former technician at Disney, which is quite a grim outlook on the relationship between the sexes. Men would actually rather have a robot that waits on them hand and foot than a fully fledged partner. And it's a grim view that you say has some resonance today. Absolutely. I was struck when rereading the novel that it's very dark. It's very witty, and it dramatizes a backlash to women's rights that we are seeing in a different format today. There's a nostalgia for the values of the 1950s in some quarters on TikTok. There's women who are glorifying being staying at home girlfriends. Classic means tradition refined. It means elegance and being poised and rejecting the idea of modern feminists, which is you can dress however you want. You can dress slovenly and never wash your hair and every time is wine a clock and not taking seriously how wonderful it is to be a really feminine woman. So that is to say that the stepford wives aesthetic, let's call it is still having cultural influence. Absolutely. I think it's most evident in a new film called don't worry darling, which is set in a 1950s inspired desert town called victory. All of you wives. We men we ask a lot. We ask for strength. Food at home, a house clean. Well, the women stay at home and drink martinis and Hoover and the men go off to work. They are the undisputed breadwinners. The protagonists don't worry darling is the woman called Alice, who's paid by France Pugh, and she moves to victory with her husband, Jack, played by Harry Styles. And Alice starts to suspect that something is wrong in victory. She's particularly put off by Frank, he's paid by Chris Pine, who is the sort of enigmatic leader of victory. And Olivia Wilde, the director, has said that that character is inspired by Jordan Peterson, a controversial academic, and his ideas about order and chaos are sort of run through the film. The film four shorts and the fact that it doesn't really delve deeply into the men's motivations for taking their lives to victory. It suggests that they're driven by a sense of masculinity of failing to thrive in the modern world and to support their families and their wives. But it doesn't provide a particular psychologically compelling portrait of these men. Well, never mind the emasculated men what about women and their rights and how all this looks 50 years on. I think the reasons that wives and don't worry darling are resonant stories today is because that nostalgia is still a powerful force, populist politicians are still talking about traditional family values and many of the legal gains that feminists achieved in the 1970s have either been halted or pushed back roe V wade was overturned earlier this year, the equal rights amendment is still languishing in legal limbo and in general this idea that sending women back to the kitchen is a way to deal with unruly women is one that remains powerful for people that think that gender equality has gone too far. Thanks very much for joining us, Rachel.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"American president by Richard Lim, eyewitness history by Josh Cohen and vlogging through history by Chris mowry. If you haven't already, I strongly encourage you to check out these great podcasts. If you would like to support this podcast and help it to grow there are four things you can do. First, you can subscribe to the podcast and leave a review on the podcast player of your choice. This helps other people to find the podcast. Ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts are especially helpful. Second, join our Facebook group American history fanatics where we discuss the episodes of this podcast, as well as other topics related to American history. Third, tell as many friends as you can about the show. And fourth, you

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:43 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Americans countered by launching the superior with 58 guns and the Mohawk, 42 guns, and they began constructing two more 100 gun ships of the line. These ships were not as strong or as stable as ocean going vessels, but their firepower was immense. In May, the British ferry to force of 900 men under general Drummond across the Lake to attack the American fort at oswego. The first attack failed, but the second succeeded in destroying the fort and taking away much war material. However, they failed to notice another nearby stash of naval guns and a rope intended for seconds harbor. Lucky for the Americans. On May 29th an American flotilla began to carry the naval guns and rope to second. It's harbor. They moved carefully to avoid the British. After the first day, they stopped at seconds harbor. They were protected by a joint American and oneida Indian force. While they were there, a British force of gunboats and 200 soldiers attacked the Americans. The attack failed, though, with the entire British force being killed wounded or surrendering and the gunboats destroyed. So that's a 100% casualties in that attack. The British that didn't go well for the British at all. Due to the British naval presence, the American commander sent the supplies overland to seconds, harbor. Remember sackett's harbor is one of our big naval bases. There was one huge rope in particular that was 300 feet long, 7 inches in diameter and that weighed 9600 pounds. It was carried by several men on their shoulders. That's a pretty massive rope, huh, Steve. That is a. Is that kind of rope? Is that? I would love to hear from maybe the naval history experts out there. A 9600 pound rope, 300 feet long and 7 inches. I mean, how many questions? What do you use that kind of rope for? I mean, how do you make that kind of rope?

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Before long, however, the British drove the Americans back. The Americans suffered 510 casualties, but the British suffered 7 20. Drummond's army was running low a food and ammunition, so he decided to break off the siege and withdraw north of the chippewa river. So the Americans remain command of fort Erie and they have just a little toehold in British Canada, at least in the Niagara front. For now, it just seems pretty amazing to me that you have the battle of lundy's lane where there's huge casualties. Then this battle, less than a month later, huge casualties. I almost wonder if it pushed the ability of the local areas to even care for these many people, dad, dying, feeding.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"General Scott was wounded so badly that he would not return to the war. But of course we know that one day he'll be back, right, Steve. Yeah, he sure will. And again and again and again. He will never die. Well, eventually, of course he does, but it's going to be a long time. Those are massive casualties. Did they think of that at that time? I mean, when you're talking about 1200 men going into battle and not 800 deaths, but 109 hundred people wounded. Yeah, well, they started with 1216 hundred, but they both sides ended up with about 3000. But nevertheless, you know, if you think about it, 800 out of 3000 is what more than a fourth. So that's a good chunk. More than one out of four guys are either killed wounded, captured, missing. In other words, just out of the battle. They're gone. They're not going to fight for at least for a long time after that. So these are big casualties. No wonder it was colonel Miller who said it was one of the most desperately fought actions ever experienced in America. And that battle kind of ends in a push, but then there's a next battle down at 40. Yeah, and you know, one thing before we move on, the loss of general Brown and Scott, you had asked about this. General Brown and Scott's loss is a huge loss for the Americans. They were both excellent commanders. Brown is going to be back eventually, but it's hard to find good commanders. It takes a while. These are two guys that kind of risen up through the ranks. They'd started out as junior officers and then were colonels and then Brigadier generals and finally brown becomes a major general. So it's going to be hard to replace these guys. All right, what was your question? I forgot your question. Then a battle ends in a push basically where nobody gets a real advantage, but then we get another battle down at four eerie. What was happening as a result of that? Yeah, once again, we see this kind of a seesaw battle. The Americans got as far as they went to chippewa and then they marched up to lundy's lane, but after lundy's lane, they retreat right back down to fort Erie. Right where they started from. You remember that song there was a song that went back where we started. Here we go round again. I can't remember the artist. Do you remember that song that that's kind of like the theme song of the American war effort again? Yeah, sure. I mean, you can just keep saying that over and over again. Maybe times if we march through fort eerie or into Ford area or retreated from fort Erie. And just a little bit of foreshadowing, they're not done yet. We're not done with the back and forth. Okay, so the Americans are back at fort Erie, the Ford had been greatly enlarged by this time and strengthened and was now under the command of Brigadier general Edmund gaines. Gaines learned from British deserters that the British were planning to attack the fort. That must have come as a big surprise. We heard our land. Yeah, I think we'll attack you, probably the thing to do. British general Drummond ordered 600 soldiers commanded by lieutenant colonel John Tucker to cross the Niagara and destroy the American supply depots at BlackRock and buffalo.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

02:49 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"They started out with Brock, who was killed, and Henry proctor, who was removed and now Drummond. Drummond arrives at fort George, and he sent takes command and he sends 1600 men to lundy's lane, where they took up a defensive position. Drama and had served under the duke of Wellington in Europe and fighting against the French. And about him born and writes this. Quote, while he lacked the personal charisma of Isaac Brock, Drummond may have been the most competent British general to follow him. Brown ordered general Jacob Brown, the American ordered general Scott to attack and on July 25th, he did. Scott had only 1200 men, 400 less than the British. Both commanders sent reinforcements until each side had about 3000 and both took personal command of their armies. The sound of the fighting was so loud that even the nearby Niagara Falls could not be heard. That's pretty loud, dusty. Yeah. It's really loud if you're standing on the side there. I mean, it's not quite deafening, but you have to shout to be heard. Yeah, and there was so much cannon fire and musket fire that they couldn't even hear the falls. That's pretty amazing. Yeah. Now, Scott's brigade was soon found themselves being decimated by British artillery. Here's an interesting little tidbit, the British commander noticed that the Americans were wearing gray uniforms. The standard uniform color of the U.S. Army as had been true in the revolution and it was true in the Civil War was blue. But blue dye was in short supply in the U.S., so they were wearing gray uniforms. This made the British commander assume that they were militia and that they would run away when the first shots were fired. And when this did not happen, he reportedly cried out those are regulars by God. So it's pretty impressive the Americans stood their ground. Even though they were wearing gray uniforms. Anyway, Brown ordered lieutenant colonel James Miller to take the British batteries, which he did with a fierce attack that began with musket fire and ended with a bayonet charge. The British counterattacked repeatedly, but they could not retake the guns. The British kept attacking the American main force, but their attacks went nowhere. Finally, Brown ordered a withdrawal. The battle then ended in a tactical draw. Neither side really inflicted tons of casualties on the other side, but it was a strategic victory for the British since the Americans retreated. The Americans left the British in command of the field of battle. Miller later called the battle of lundy slain, quote one of the most desperately fought actions ever experienced in America. This is lieutenant colonel Miller, one of the commanders of the American commanders. The British took 800 casualties while the Americans lost 860, including general Brown and general Scott.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Let me give you a mini bio on Jacob Brown. Jacob Brown was born in Pennsylvania in 1775 and raised a Quaker. He later moved to upstate New York and became a major landowner. As a major landowner in 1807, Brown was commissioned as a captain in the 108th regiment of the New York militia. Two years later, he was promoted to colonel and later rose to Brigadier general. After a force that he led defeated the British attack on sack, it's harbor. A few episodes ago. Brown became a Brigadier general and the regular army and later a major general. I find this interesting, Steve, how many generals in the American army both in the Revolutionary War and in the war of 1812 were quakers. Fighting quakers. The fighting quakers. Yeah, I think of Nathaniel Greene, one of the top generals, one of Washington's most trusted subordinates in the Revolutionary War. He was a fighting Quaker. There's several that whose names I haven't mentioned, but yeah, these guys were supposed to be pacifists. They're not supposed to fight, but they are rebelling against their faith and fighting anyway. And some of them make really, really good soldiers. We're going to see Jacob Brown is going to be one of our better generals. On July 3rd, Brown and his army crossed the Niagara and captured fort Erie, which was defended by only about a 140 men. How many times does that change hands already? I don't know, I lost count, but several. Then so now he's on the Canadian side. He marched north where he met a British and Indian force of about 4000 under major general Phineas rahl. The next day, Brown ordered Winfield Scott with 2000 men to attack part of roles army at the chippewa river. Both sides were supported by heavy artillery fire. The infantry exchanged many rounds of fire, but in the end, the well trained Americans won the day. Ye for general Scott, thanks for all that training and well fed to a relatively well fit. The British line finally broke rawl had to order retreat back all the way back up north to fort George. The Americans in this battle suffered 325 casualties while the British lost 500. The battle of chip, this is called the battle of chip war and this is one of the major victories of the Americans.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Americans were well positioned and they drove the British back in what became known as the battle of longwoods, which is a decisive American victory that further weakened British control over western upper Canada. So good start for Americans. What do they do next? They also keep repeatedly crossing Lake Erie. And as I mentioned, just a minute ago, they were going to raid Canadian towns such as port Talbot and Oxford on the northern shore of the Lake. On May 14th American forces conducted a larger raid on Dover mills, which is now port Dover. The commander of the raid believed that Dover house some of the British officers responsible for the burning of buffalo. Because of this, he ordered that Dover mills be burned to the ground. You know, Steve, I just want to say no. Stop burning stuff. Nothing good comes out of it, but you're going to get something on your side burned later. We will see that there will be something really big that the Americans control that's going to be burned, but you'll just have to wait listener. Yet another rate occurred in November when U.S. Brigadier general Duncan Macarthur led a force of approximately 700 cavalry from Detroit deep into upper Canada. The Americans defeated 400 Canadian militia on November 6th and returned to Detroit on the 17th. Along the way, Macarthur's force lived off the land, burning and plundering as they went. Their actions caused great suffering among the civilian population. So yeah, I don't want to steal your thunder Steve, but it's definitely getting uglier and uglier, isn't it? Yeah, really, wow. I mean, you can't even say it,

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Many incompetent officers and we saw a lot of those, didn't we, Steve? What sure did. I mean, that was incompetency was the rule rather than the exception, but that's changing. Many of these old incompetent officers had been replaced with younger and more talented ones. Also, increased enlistment bounties motivated many new enlistments and re enlistments. And by the spring of 1814, there were 40,000 American soldiers by the end of the year there were 45,000. Would you say at this point the forces are fairly balanced or is one getting more of the edge than the other? I would say they are quite well balanced. They have roughly equal numbers, they are all very experienced. I mean, the Americans do have some new enlistees, as I mentioned. But for the most part, the core of each army is very experienced. They're both tired, maybe the British are more tired, especially these guys that came over from Europe. I would definitely say that the British troops in general are better supplied. We've talked about how American soldiers struggled to be fed properly and to be clothed properly and to be housed properly. And that continues to be a struggle throughout the war. It's a little better by 1814, but nevertheless, I might give the British a slight edge just a very slight itch. You know, one question that popped into my head and it's something I've been thinking about and I don't know if you can address that exactly. But when they say 45,000 troops, 52,000 troops, is that what they're actually talking soldiers who they can put into the field or does that include cooks and pencil pushers and maybe more of what we think about in the modern military where you might have an army of a million people but a lot of them are doing non combat roles yeah, I would say that at this time you certainly had quite a few that were involved in non combat roles, but you wouldn't have the percentage that you would have at a modern army. In a modern army, you have lots of people involved in supply, logistic, intelligence, communications, all these different things.

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"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"third time" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"War has played a key role in the history of the United States, but the nation's founding right down to the present. War made the U.S. independent, kept it together, increased its size and established it as a global superpower. Understanding America's wars is essential for understanding American history. Welcome to key battles of American history, a podcast in which we discuss American history through the lens of the most important battles of America's wars. Here is your host, James early. Hello and welcome back to key battles of the war of 1812. I'm your host James early as always. And in our last episode, you may recall that we kind of pushed pause on the military narrative and we stopped to kind of zoom down to ground level and see what was the life of a common soldier on both sides. We focused more on the American side, but then we learned what it was like to join the army and to campaign and to be in camps and to fight in combat. What did you eat? What did you drink?

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"third time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"third time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Was the most fun the whole experience. I think the ten thousand rio. I was more fun. i just. I was really confident. I was happy. I was really good place in my life and yeah i just. I was really strong. I was competitive. So that died definitely has to be my favorite. I still think. I could have done much better but you know we always have those feelings. I gotta let it go now in two thousand seventeen. You became a us citizen. Can you tell us a little bit about that decision to pursue your us citizenship and about that process yes. I've always known that. I really want to leave here. And yes oh. I i definitely was not brenner. Dot another you know dream to become a. Us citizen become have a dual citizenship. And being able to leave the country and come back anytime. And i think at this point in my life. It's like it just makes sense. Like i want to home here. You know i pay taxes I just feel like. I'm as american as anybody here so i. It was another dream of mine and i'm really happy just being here. It's a great country and yeah like i'm leaving my american dream so yeah and then just last year you became eligible to compete internationally representing the united states. And i i read that somewhere. And i was like let me learn everything i can about. This process and google did not help me very much. Google made me more confused. Can you explain that a little bit. The process of being eligible to compete internationally representing the. Us yes. I think. They actually look a year loss in a national racist. So the last time i represented barundi was twenty sixteen in in rio and then i think it's like three or four years so i'm already eligible to compete for. Us is so that's also another gold mine and the next three years we have all these like were chairmanship war championship. The olympics are so and we have close country. I love cross country. I love to get back. So i would love to compete for. Us and yeah. I'll be eligible. Anytime i qualify. Yesterday i was gonna say you got that eligibility just in time for there to be no racist. Thanks to that whole thing but i know i'm back and i was injured to come on us. The races and i was doing well now of american. I can't even do anything. What is wrong with me while twenty twenty one just going to keep getting better so right now as you're going out every day like you said you did a nine mile run today when you're going out on your training runs. What is top of mind for you as your training. Is it that that elusive fall. Marathon that we will hear about when you're allowed to announce it is that the goal right now or are there other things coming up sooner that you're really training for right now. Yeah i will do. I will do it another race before one or two races. Before i just say you can edit can. I'll believe in. Yeah so. I would do tomorrow races and i really am not. I'm trying to just kind of like he's on go day by day. I don't wanna get ahead of myself. And i'm just learning to enjoy the process Yeah i can just embraced the workout. The hard ones easy runs and just like really enjoy it. I think running. I have a new meaning. Running means way like just different these days. I i make sure. I enjoy me. Whenever i don't feel like going are running. i'm tired. I look at the trees. I say look at that. So yeah i'm just. Yeah my goal. Right now is the former marathon. But i'm hoping to just keep building until the next year and hopefully just run fast and be competitive. So does that ever not work when you're having those days because again i think that's so relatable those days of like i'm not feeling it whether it's i don't wanna get out the door or a mile in and i still feel like crap whatever it is does the mentality of look at that pretty tree or something which i do think that works and i think there's so much value in that and finding the simple joys out on the run and appreciating the land around us but does that ever not work for you and is there anything else. That does anything you can share with our listeners. About how to kind of get your mind right when you're not feeling it. Yeah for me. As long as i think it's harder when i have something that is bothering me like if i'm injured or i have some like aches and pain. It's a little bit hard again myself into like look in a trees or Pretty views about in general for me. I do love running. Running is definitely my passion. But you know since it's my job is something that i do every day like. It's it's not. Sometimes they do say fake it until you make it perform me. I'm trying to. I'm very grateful. Just being able to do what i love is. I always think about all these positive things running brought into my life in all the places i get to go the people that get to surround myself within and i definitely know that i'm like lucky to to have this and i always just remind myself all the good things that come with it and that to me works because i always think you know. Somebody's having probably a rough day. Can't even physically go for a walk. So i mean the least i can news's enjoy just being able to what my body can do. And i do a lot of software. Meditation and Yeah i would talk to a friend or somebody. I have different friends. Some that are really coming. And some of the have all these positive energy. I tried different things. Because i mean that's just a life not every day's gonna feel great but you just have to do whatever you can do to be in the moment and enjoy life a little bit. I want to hear a little bit about your meditation practice. Do you use an app are you. Do you do it on your own. What is meditating with dan like Legislative quiet time. I don't use them app and a lot of times they'll play are my favorite music I would have a candle. Maybe some Just thinking about positive thoughts all the good things in my life and things are just like just slowing down and yeah just imagining all these great things in my life and just trying to like listen to mile on breath and yeah just being in a moment. I dream of being able to meditate without an app. I'm very new to meditation. I do bedtime meditation at night. And i use an app and i shouldn't even say i'm meditating. I basically fall asleep within sixty seconds of starting it. But i'm not yet disciplined or focused enough to be able to do it without the app and so you are my inspiration. Get their dead. I'll get there. I'll stay awake. I can do it As you look back at all that you have accomplished on the roads on the track and beyond what are you.

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"third time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"third time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Turns out pairing the headphones to your phone or laptop or device of choice. It's actually so easy. It took me like two seconds now. I'm a pro at it. And since my mom saw my dad successfully wearing and loving his headphones she was apparently newly motivated to get off the floor and onto her very pretty head. I was talking to her on the phone the other day and she was telling me a story about how she was mowing the lawn and drove the lawnmower into the woods and got stuck in the mud. It was a great story. I'll ever tell it on patriot. And sometimes but then she told name. You should have seen your dad me. We were both on our separate lawnmowers riding around wearing our aftershocks headphones aftershocks sport belts and i'm proud proud that both of my parents are officially aftershocks wearers and lars the headphones the sport bolts. They're entirely on brand so join us. Won't you get on board the wireless headphone bandwagon for in this case lawnmower. We'd love to have you in the feller family and in the aftershocks family. When you go to on the run dot aftershocks dot com. You'll get a unique code. For fifteen percent off any wireless set. That's on the run dot aftershocks dot com for fifteen percent off all headphones. Thank you aftershocks for everything. Now let's get back to this wonderful conversation with a delightful diana corey so like you said. The next year is when you left. You fled burundi. Move to canada seeking asylum. Let's let's hear about that. Not many people who've been on the alley on the show had story to share. So what's your about what that was like sixteen years old. Tell us a bit about that time in your life. Yeah so you know since act. I think like i said earlier like after the olympics. Ice star kind of opening my eyes a little bit and Just kinda started thinking about life like you know. Since running wasn't something that was popular in burundi and being a woman it was really hard to keep running. And i had a lot of comments about me running shorts. It was kinda stressful and especially as such a such a young age. So it was like. I don't want this to ruin my life or what my family's life is also thinking ahead. Like what can i do to keep running and to go to school. So we were supposed to go the francophone games so all of the french speaking countries in canada. So i knew that. Few months before so i talked to my brother mike. Is it any anywhere you can talk to my mom and ask her if i can go to canada and stay instead of coming back because it was not really stable in burundi. Up you know. It was very political unstable in. That made me nervous. Because i will go to these races in the capital city. And then i'll take the past but the village and was always will like scary. Sometimes they'll be shooting cars shooting people and i just too young just to deal with all that stuff. So my brother's like let's do this plan. Not and when. I made a decision about point. It wasn't really that hard because i was like sixteen and just kinda of naive but also i was more brave dan. Because i didn't really know. I was getting myself into slow. It was just for me. I was excited to just say. I'm going to leave in canada. I didn't really know the process of filing the. I just knew that i had to make a plane and actually escape from where we were staying. I had the whole plan. I play a whole thing for a couple of months. And yeah i i. I did it so it was. It was scary. But i wouldn't say at that point. It was that hard to do. And what was your family's response. I mean like you said your brother was like yes sounds good. What about the rest of your family. Oh my mom did not want me to go. My sisters my sis young. I left the thing. Young is like maybe six six-month-old old or something a little less jazz we. She was really young and yet they. I don't think. I don't think they want it. I mean you know like the way we grew up we would just you know on my siblings choice together. We're really close. If you we will go to school together we walk and run together so we were always together so it was hard for them to know for me to tell them. I won't come back. And i don't think they were prepared. And they didn't want to but at that point is still within my life. Even though i was under age. I just had my mom to sign a paper Just in case something happens. And i and i told her i was. I was gonna come back the following year. So come a light her. Because i didn't even know what's going to happen. So where is most of your family now. So my mom and muslim. My siblings are still backing burundi and i have. I have a brother in alexandria. Virginia with his wife and three kids. And i have a sister in canada. And when was the last time that you're able to see most of your family well The last time. I saw my mom. It was the end of two thousand eighteen. So it's been a while and When i went to alexandria last week my brother was actually not home so i got to see his wife and three kids. That's about it and so it's really hard. Especially as i get older i funded really difficult. Nothing my family as march and not spending time with my mom. And i mean i just think past twenty years since i left this low. It's been a really long time Two decades without seeing my mom for more than like two months. And i think wanting gone back there five times but we keep in touch You know we talk a lot. I talked to someone my siblings every day. And i think we're just trying to you know stay as close as possible and in two thousand seventeen. After new york's marathon. I flew my mom. Throw wanda and all my siblings. And we had a family vacation for ten days and now is probably one of the greatest moment of my life so i love that. That sounds amazing. So what was it like once you got to canada. And i don't know that starting a new life is accurate. You tell me but what was it like when you got there. And how did you navigate life in canada. Yes so getting to. Canada was definitely it was everything was new i. I didn't speak english. But i did have a cousin that i had never met who i actually lived with the whole time. I was there that mailer that easier. Because she does speak my native language and she was able to help me You know. Especially since i was young and getting a lawyer and Making sure i get my papers and stuff so for the first two years i will say was really really hard but i think because i had a cousin there and his family emitted a little bit easier as well. But i think yeah. I'm really miss home. I missed my mom. I miss my siblings. And i think for year i felt really out of place and i but again i was with a young. I don't think i. I just didn't have a time to i. Guess to fill a depressed and and then stay home so an also funded coach who i would meet a couple times a week and that really helped me and not why i love the the social part of running and i think that got me through the time where it was really hard to be on my own and Missing my family and yeah so and then after three years and i went to high school actually ended up getting going to high school where they only a french high school. Because i didn't speak english. So i finished high school in french and i started getting recruited from a bunch of us. Coaches are recruiting men house. I whoa how. Am i supposed to go to school you as if i don't speak english but it worked out I went to community college for the first two years. I learned english nation. I transfer the university of iowa. And.

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Let's spend it glad all comparison brady and you can have a conversation with brady. Patrick mahomes andy. Reason brady got not seven soup on stop count. Seven wins a big nine appearances fan. That's a lot one. whenever live. four logan daddy. Why you keep sleeping on my on my tennessee titans. Oh as the next best team in the afc are the only team especially with the addition of julio jones that can compete with the cheese. You know why. I don't believe in when you go to the playoffs. You gotta be able to consistently throw the football on top of running and playing stout defence. They can run the football. Their defense is toast defense. Not good man not good. I understand you tennessee. Defense not good and when you need to make big throws can't tanny. He'll make a handful of big throws in the play offs. Can he consistently need to do that. You have yes you have to in the playoffs. You have to get those chunk. Plays a handful of them super bowl. One chunk throw changes jimmy garoppolo future in san francisco. He was he one zero. They can live off the running game. He just has to be able to write jimmy g. if just one or two throws the see. I know if ten year old can do that. That one system. That's all i gotcha. Well defense many different. Sorry for to be as defensive minded as years difference not good so you don't even put them in a good while i'm gonna lie to myself now. Good toast are monica. Great job this whole week. It was like roy keane. i'll be on. I take that's coming up next..

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"third time" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"All. I'm saying. I'm not predicting. I'm just saying it could and it'd be very interesting because although a lot of championships in cities in which he played regardless if he's on the dot the lightning just one wherever you go like boston had a hell of a run right of championship not just the patriots and now in tampa seems like all they do is win championships down there certainly as well all right well without in mind chiefs in the box both teams that would be favored to get back to the super bowl. We did talk about this a little bit earlier but let's kick it around a little bit more more likely to get back. I feel like it's if i was putting a percentage on. I'm giving both the same percentage. Yeah yes probably the same as a cop out. Say it's math. I was gonna say probably is is probably even. I wouldn't be shocked if both god right. But i just feel like for whatever reason. Kansas city offense align they fixed to a degree into your. I'm big on homefield advantage. Like i'm huge on kansas city arrow here still era arrowhead stadium in the crowd and the noise and the cold. And when you get into that sort of stuff. It's a different mentality that you approach. When you got a goal to kansas city to play in buildings you've played where would you put that one Like as far as toughest. Nfl only nfl might have been the toughest stadium out to play noise. Wise and everything the minnesota old minnesota metrodome grazie because it was loud right but the kansas city. You go in there as cold as hail rain in the fans at all it. Read on talking. You know. it's just a different. Feel you driving into the stadium is ugly around. It's not nice looking. And so you like already just looking at the environment around the stadium and so it becomes. Psychologically something different. But that's probably the. I will say ken stays right. It's tough buffalo is was tough because you didn't know what was coming at you whether it was frozen batteries and what you liked philly. Philly's said you didn't mind case. Philadelphia wasn't tough. The people were just hell of rude and disrespectful toughest. That can the weather. You might anticipate the field. What are we talking about the fans the fans the weather in advance when you standing out there trying to play football in zero degrees temperatures in you got a bunch of people screaming and yelling with their shirts off faces painted. You know out of control you see that you know and it's like an man. Oh man i made a mistake. Never made this mistake ever again in my life never been yelled at a quarterback and just had to put my head down like a dog that did something wrong and he knew it and he ran underneath the bed. I ran a rout against the cassie chiefs. In in ninety eight we went to kansas city to beat the chiefs and it was raining and it was. We had to cancel the game. I don't know if you remember this the count. We had to counsel not counsellor. Game post pulse the suspended for a little bit because it was raining lightning in a war. That was like up to here everywhere. They had evacuated dude whole deal. So i come out in when you're taught on a three by one or two by three to run a slant in your the middle guy what we call cross faces. I have to go in front of the defender. Not behind the defender. Because if i go behind the defender the other window closes the guy who covers me fall off. I was frustrated. Because i just having a bad game and i was trying to get open and i went behind the defender and then he throws the ball peak. Six donny edwards the stadium. You feel the vibration on the floor shaking. It's it got so low. We wanna game at the end but it was one of those deals where it's like in vinnie. Just me the hallway to the sideline. I never make that mistake ever again in my career ever never ever but kansas city created their frustration at that moment. Yeah proud of teachable. Moment never made.

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